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Caroline Osteite utarris 

Who, because of her genuine good humor, 
understanding, and ready sympathy, as well 
as discipline, has won the love and appre- 
ciation of many graduating classes, but 
especially that of the Class of 1938. 




Jnrs. Ornest (yrulkskank 



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In every community, as Frederic le Play first 
pointed out, "there are three elements, the 
place, the work, and the people. Out of the 
interaction of the people and the place and 
through the work, the life of the community 
develops." Just so, we have attempted to 
depict in this book the three elements which 
are combined to make the life in our com- 
munity, St. Mary's. 




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CMe Jjoaro of C^rustees 

SESSION 1937-1938 



The Bishops 

Rt. Rev. Edwin A, Penick, D.D., Chairman Raleigh, N. C. 

Rt. Rev. Thos C. Darst, D.D Wilmington, N. C. 

Rt. Rev. Kirkman G. Finlay, D.D Columbia, S. C. 

Rt. Rev. Robert E. Gribben, D.D Asheville, N. C. 

Rt. Rev. Albert S. Thomas, D.D Charleston, S. C. 

Clerical and Lay Trustees 

Diocese of North Carolina 

Mr. Joseph B. Cheshire, Jr Raleigh Mr. Graham H. Andrews Raleigh 

Judge Geo. W. Connor Raleigh Mr. Richard H. Lewis Oxford 

Hon. J. J. Parker Charlotte Miss Easdale Shaw Rockingham 

Mrs. F. S. Spruill Rocky Mount Mrs. W. D. Toy Chapel Hill 

Diocese of East Carolina 

Rev. Geo. S. Gresham Goldsboro Rev J. B. Gibble Wilmington 

Mrs. J. Laurence Sprunt. . . .Wilmington Mr. Geo. C. Royall Goldsboro 

Diocese of Western North Carolina 

Mr. Geo. H. Holmes Tryon Rev. Wm. C. Cravner Biltmore 

Rev. B. M. Lackey Lenoir Mrs. J. W. C. Johnson Franklin 

Diocese of South Carolina 

Dr S. R. Lucas Florence Rev. W. S. Poyner Florence 

Mr. B. Allston Moore Charleston Rev William Way, D.D Charleston 

Diocese of Upper South Carolina 

Mr. L. A. Emerson Columbia Rev Thos. P. Noe York 

Mr. W. B. Moore, Sr York Rev. William Johnson Aiken 

Executive Committee 
Rt. Rev. Edwin A. Penick, D.D., Chairman 

Mr. Graham H. Andrews Mr. Richard H Lewis 

Mr. Joseph B. Cheshire, Jr. Mr. B. Allston Moore 

Judge Geo. W. Connor Mr. Geo. C. Royall 
Mrs W. D. Toy 

Secretary-Treasurer to the Board of Trustees 
Mr. Albert W. Tucker Raleigh, N. C. 




THE RIGHT REVEREND EDWIN A. PENICK 



Saint JnaYij s SckooL 

OFFICERS 

MRS. ERNEST CRUIKSHANK, B.S., M.A President 

REV. HENRY F. KLOMAN Chaplain 

MR. ALBERT W. TUCKER, B.S Secretary and Business Manager 

MRS. FRANK NASH Librarian 

MRS. HARLAN C. BROWN, B.A., M.A Assistant Librarian 

MRS. NANNIE H. MARRIOT Dietitian 

MISS BESSIE BROWN Assistant Houskeeper 

MRS. L. B. NAYLOR, R.N Matron of the Infirmary 

DR. H. B. HAYWOOD, Jr School Physician 

MISS KATE SPRUILL, B.A Alumnae Secretary 

MISS JULIET B. SUTTON Secretary 

MISS MARY LEWIS SASSER Secretary 

MISS ELIZABETH G. TUCKER Secretary to the President 

MISS FRANCES VANN Assistant Secretary 

FACULTY 

FLORENCE C. DAVIS, B.O, Director Expression, Dramatic Art 

WILLIAM H. JONES, A B, A AGO, Director Piano, Organ, Voice, Theory 

ELIZABETH BASON, B.A., M.A Domestic Science, Domestic Art 

ANNIE RUTH LINEBERRY, B.A., M.A Mathematics 

WILLIAM C. GUESS, B.A., M.A History and Social Sciences 

MABEL MARGARET MORRISON, B.A., M.A, Ph.D Latin and Philosophy 

MARJORIE J. LALOR, B.A Biology and Hygiene 

ELIZABETH GORDON TUCKER Bookkeeping 

MARY LYDIA WEISE, B.A , M.A French 

MARY HELEN DODD, B.A., M.A Physics, Chemistry, and German 

CAROLINE ESTELLE HARRIS, Bachelor of Design Art, History of Art 

REV. HENRY F. KLOMAN Bible 

SALLY DIGGES, B.A, M.A Spanish and French 

CHARLES ALBERT PETIGRU MOORE, B.A., MA English 

MRS. THEODORE K. PARTRICK, B A Mathematics, English, Latin 

AMELIA EVELYN VINCELLA '. Physical Education 

DOROTHY PETERSON ALDEN, B. Mus Violin 

NELL BATTLE LEWIS, B.A English and History 

ANNA BROOKE ALLAN, B.A English 

REBECCA HARVEY, B.S Physical Education 

MARTHA DABNEY JONES, B A , MA English 

MRS. MARIANNE WIDENER CASPER, B.A Commercial Subjects 

MARY RUTH HAIG, B.S Piano and Theory 

RUTH HOLMES SCOTT, B. Mus Piano, History of Music 

KATHERINE STUART, B.A Voice 



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ACADEMIC 

First row; 

FLORENCE C DAVIS, BO. 

Expression and Dramatic Art 

WILLIAM H. JONES, BA, A AGO 

Piano, Organ, Voice and Theory 

ELIZABETH BASON, BA, MA 

Domestic Science and Domestic Art 

WILLIAM C. GUESS, BA, MA 

History and the Social Sciences 

RUTH LINEBERRY, BA, MA 

Mathematics 

MABEL MARGARET MORRISON, B.A , M A , Ph D 

Latin and History 

Second row: 

MARJORIE J LALOR, B.A. 

Biology and Hygiene 

MARY LYDIA WEISE, BA, MA. 

French 

CAROLINE ESTELLE HARRIS, Bachelor of Design 

Art and History of Art 

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DEPARTMENT 

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Violin 



KLOMAN, BA, D.D. 

Bible 

SALLY DIGGES, BA, MA 

Spanish and French 

CHARLES ALBERT PETIGRU MOORE, B.A, MA. 

English 

Third row: 

MRS.THEODORE PARTRICK, B.A. 
English, History, and Mathematics 

NELL BATTLE LEWIS, BA 
English, Bible, and Latin 

MARTHA DABNEY JONES, BA, MA. 
English 

MARY RUTH HAIG, B.S. in Music Education 
Piano and Theory 

RUTH SCOTT, Mus B. 
Piano and History of Music 

KATHERINE STUART, B.A. 
Voice 
EDGAR ALDEN, Mus.B. 



Nineteen 




SPECIAL AND ADDITIONAL DEPARTMENTS 



MRS CRUIKSHANK 
President 

First row: 

MR ALBERT W TUCKER, B S. 
Secretary and Business Manager 

JULIET B SUTTON 
Secretary 

MRS FRANK NASH 
Librarian 

MRS NANNIE MARRIOTT 
Dietitian 

DR H. B. HAYWOOD, Jr., B.S., M D. 
School Physician 

MRS. L. B. NAYLOR, R N. 
Matron of the Infirmary 

Second row: 

BESSIE BROWN 
Housekeeper 

ELIZABETH TUCKER 
Secretary to the Principal 



MARY LEWIS SASSER 
Secretary 

JULIA JORDAN 
Secretary 

FRANCES VANN 
Secretary 

AMELIA VINCELLA 
Dancing and Physical Education 
Third row: 

REBECCA HARVEY 
Physical Education 

MRS H. C. BROWN, B.A., M.A. 
Assistant Librarian 

MRS. MARIANNE CASPER, B.A. in Commerce 
Commercial Subjects 

KATE SPRUILL, B.A. 
Alumnae Secretary 

BROOKE ALLAN, B A 
English and Expression 



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'But the full sum of me 

Is an unlessoned girl, unschool'd, unpractis'd; 

Happy in this, she is not yet so old 

But she may learn. 

— Shakespeare. 



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MARY LOUISE RIDDICK 
President of the Student 



MARY ELIZABETH NEFF 
President of the Senior Class 



MARY ANNE KOONCE 
President of the Day Students 




Twenty-three 



THE 1938 




PAULINE PATTON BATES 
Richmond, Va. 
"Polly" 
Butterfly skirts, scotties, patsy dolls. 
Mu; French Club 37; Dramatic Club 38; 
Political Science Club 38; Altar Guild 
38. 



PHOEBE ELIZABETH BASHORE 
Schuykill Haven, Pa. 
Dutch kitchens, shepherd dogs, peasant 
blouses. 

Sigma- Altar Guild 38; Riding Club 38; 
Deutscher Verein 37, 38; Dramatic 
Club 37 38; Basketball Varsity 38. 



JEAN HAVENS BLOUNT MARGARET ELIZABETH B 
Greenville, N. C. Woodland^fcC. ■<- 
Colonial Plantations, tea parties, apple Tumbling water, Jedaf-.beaES, . black- 
jelly, shady waters, eyed-susans. / 
Mu;' French Club 37; Altar Guild 38; Mu^MJ^^CTl-'^ '37,-38 ; Po- 
Pohtical Science Club 38; Riding Club y*&g^-^J\®ee Club 36 
38 . EAP Literary Society 37, Presi-^JS^^^feClub 36, 37; Altar Guild 

dent 38. 




Twenty-four 



SENIOR CLASS 





#fegARWIN BURNETT 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 
Spun gold, wooden shoes, tulips. 

Sigma; French Club 37; Deutscher 
Verein 37, 38. 



:ANN ELIZABETH COX 
^Raleigh, N. C. 

ToOf6Cff^n&t7;BrrghT green skull caps, 
TagdoJTs. v -^ gr ____ 

Mu; Frenc>fClut.^35r35r377^ 




DORIS BUTLER 

Clinton, N. C. 
Red mittens, chinchilla, sauciness. 
Mu; Political Science Club 38; French 
Club 37; Choir 38; Glee Club 37, 38; 
Altar Guild 38; Assistant Treasurer of 
St. Mary's Chapel 38. 



JULIA RUGGLES CREECH" 

Wilson, N. C. 

"Ruggie." 

Sunshine, merry-go-rounds, ringing tele- 
phone, friendly smiles. 

Mu; French Club 37; Altar Guild 38; 
Political Science Club 38. 



Twenty-five 



THE 1938 




SYLVIA BURT CULLUM 
Batesburg, S. C. 

Thin books of poetry, golf jackets, Lewis 
Carroll. 

Sigma, Vice-President 38, Altar Guild 
38- Political Science Club 38; Dra- 
matic Club 37, President 38; Little 
Store Manager 38; Basketball Varsity 
37' Kick Ball Varsity 38; Athletic 
Board 38; Riding Club 38; E A.P. Liter- 
ary Society 38, Publications Staff 38; 
Letter Club 37, 38; Basketball Varsity 
38. 



ANNE BRIGHT DAWSON 
Kinston, N. C. 

Soft breezes, spring flowers, a rippling 
stream, good books. 
Sigma; French Club 37; Deutscher Vere- 
in 37, 38, Vice-President 37, Secretary 
38' Political Science Club 38; Altar 
Gwld 38; Marshal 37, '3Sr^S 
Lambda Literary Society 37v Pre-sta^ 
38; Chairman Centennial Cesetmittee 



BETSY SAIRFAX DOCKERY 
Rockingham, N. C. 

Patterns of sun and shadows, soft green 
woolens, quiet laughter. 

Mu, Granddaughters' Club 37, 38; 
French Club 37; Ahar Guild 38; P.o-^\ 
litical Science Club 38. 




SARAH WlktA.DREW -_ 

RaJejghfN." C7 ' 
CheeA^BfM^Bright autumn leaves, 
popc^TivancL Jollypops 




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LAMAR DUDLEY 
Augusta, Ga. 
"Betty" 

Pink and gold, southern moonlight, re- 
sort clothes. 

Mu; French Club 37, Altar Guild 38; 
Political Science Club 38, Dramatic 
Club 38; Riding Club 38. 

SALLIE LONDON FELL 
, — _ Trenton, N. J. 

Lj^fWeosfijgn+dity, April, soft poems. 

Ticn^^esrdent-Junior Class 37; Altar 
Gw! J x 87>% esider it38 : Glee Club 37 
38; :: C1raY<|7>5S^'rarmt.rcrOrtib-3^ 
38; Sigma^mb^SsLjterary Society '31, 
'3g ^Grona ±]Tjgtffers^^K37, 3S-, Po- 

TIBcaL^&tance^CM: -3^^3S; School 
Monogram 37; YKSI^sjsgra?,--" 
Sec re ta ry.C&e§sy£^-Senio^C k 



CORNELIA GILLAM* 

Windsor, N. C. 

Tiny tots, pink rosebuds, little women 

Sigma; Political Science Club 38; Altar 

Guild 38. 



Soft blue: 
Mu 



DORIS GOERCH 
Raleigh, N. C. 
smiling eyes, notebooks. 




Twenty-seven 



THE 1938 




SARAH CLEMENT GRIFFITH 
Asheville, N. C. 

Quilled pens, folded hands, concert 
music. 

Sigma; E.A.P. Literary Society 38; Po- 
litical Science Club 38; Deutscher 
Verein 37, 38; Social Committee 38. 



KATHERINE WITHERS HANCOCK 
Howardsville, Va. 

Perpetual giggle, Valentine and Bash- 
ore, carrots. 

Sigma; Commercial Club 38; Political 
Science Club 37, Altar Guild 37, 38; 
Riding Club 38. 



LOUISE McGWIGAN HALL 
Scotland Neck, N C. 

Leather tooled books, sunlit lake, re- 
flection. 

Mu; Sigma Lambda Literary Society 37, 
38; Political Science Club 38; Altar 
Guild 38; Granddaughters' Club 37, 
President 38, Honor Council 38. 



BETSY .B RYAN HOBE 
Raleigh, ~j^~C 
State, funny papejs^ -"The One'Rose 

Sigma; Frep^^kib 35, 36, 37; Vice 
j^sjajp^ar Day-Students 37; May 
Court ^J?f Political Science Club 38. 





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SENIOR CLASS 




==HgS*UrlOLMES 

Fairmont, N. C 

"The Big Apple," red ringlets, "just five 
minutes." 

Mu; Choir 37, 38; Glee Club 37 Dra- 
matic Club 38; DD.C. 38; Political 
Science Club 38; Altar Guild 3E 
Deutscher Verein 37, 38, Assistant 
Treasurer of St. Mary's Chapel 38. 



^^"RHEA HUGHES' 
x^-^^Raleigh, N. G 



PAULINE HOLT 
Greensboro, N C 

Good news, conversation, blond ring- 
lets, brass buttons. 

Mu, Dramatic Club 37, 38, Political 
Science Club 37, 38; French Club 37 
Altar Guild 38 



MABEL HUMPHREY 
Goldsboro, N. C. 



Piergagjfoge^.gecfume, soft breezes. Laughing eyes, clear crystal, nosegays. 

Sl 9 ma - ' ^ ~ ~ Mu, Altar Guild 38, French Club 35 

36, 37; EA.P Literary Society 37, 38. 



Twenty-nine 




THE 1938 




JEAN HUNT* 

High Point, N. C 

Block prints, poppy fields, Walt Disney 

Sigma, Choir 38; Dramatic Club '38, 
Granddaughters' Club 38. 

LOUISE HAUGHTON JONES 
Greensboro, N. C 
"Patsy" 
Coquette, bright sunshine, cherub, 

Sigma, French Club 37; Altar Guild 38, 
Political Science Club '38; Sigma Lamb- 
da Literary Society 37, 38; D DC. 38, 
Granddaughters' Club 37, 38 
Court 37; Marshal 37, 38. 



LOUISA GRANT JONES 

Wilmington, N, C 

"Grant" 

Pleats, apple blossoms, firelight. 

Sigma; French Club 37; Altar Guild 38 

LOUISE HUSKE JORDAN ^ 
Fayetteville, NrrC. 3^ 

Midnight oil, little boys"" v75Ff'bow ties 
campfi.res. — — ~ ~ 

Mu; Deutscher VefeiD_3I_38. Ghoir- 

man Social CpmmTTfee 38; Politico 



SciencejT^SS, -DT5C.-38; Secretary- 
kT - "' _Sxgsgi3i£r- "Junior- Class "377" Publica- 
tiSnvSTtalf 38;""Editor "BELLES" 38; 
-."-GowichI 37, 38; Niles Scholar- 
stup-Medal 37; E A P. Literary Society 
38, Altar Guild 3S. 




Thirty 



SENIOR CLASS 





-fv^GORE KNOX 
Washington, D C. 
"Tish" 

Violets, rare perfume, candlelight and 
soft laughter, 

Sigma; Glee Club 37, 38; Choir 37, 
38, Political Science Club 38, 



BRANCH MAUPIN 
Raleigh, N. C. 






_WhtiejNoW^es, robins, fresh laughter, 
Mu, r G7d7^dsug>it : ers'-etnrr37, '38jVTce- Mu; Publications Staff 37, 38, Editor 



MARY ANNE KOONCE 
Raleigh, N. C, 
President of the Day Students, 

Oriental Tapestry, yellow chrysanthe- 
mums, bright colors, a mountain brook 

Mu; Dramatic Club 37, 38; French 
Club 35, 36, 38; Riding Club 37, 38; 
Honor Council 38, 

ALEXA THOMAS McCOLL 
Bennettsville, S. C. 
Good books, cool breezes, keepsakes. 



President _gf3untar 




"BULLETIN" 38, Editor "BLUE BOOK" 
37; EAP, Literary Society 37, 38; 
Honor Council 37, Secretary 38; French 
Club 37, Altar Guild 33, Riding Club 
38. 



Thirty-one 



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THE 1938 




SARAH RAWLINGS McGRADY 
Raleigh, N. C. 
Pleasant laughter, Boon- 1 se ley's, ivory 
Mu. 



MARY LILY MOORE' 5 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Speed boats, marbles, hobby horses. 

Mu; Riding Club 38; Granddaughters 
Club 37, 38; Letter Club 37, 38. 



JEAN CRITTENDEN MILL' 
Greensboro, N. C. 
Winnie the Pooh, Jingle Bells, gay rub- 
ber balls. 

Sigma; Political Science Club 38; Sigma 
Lambda Literary Society 37, 38; Altar 
Guild 38, Publications Staff 38; 
Deutscher Verein 37, President 38; 
Social Committee 37; Class Testajsf^ 
38; Vice-President Senior Class 

MARY ELIZABETH, 
UmversFt^fVa'/ 

President of^e^Senior Class. 

ora^W^fsTBTrook's sweaters, Easter 
ushes. — 

nch-CJ-ub 37; May Court 37; 
olitical Science Club 38; Vicer Pres- 
ident" D.D.C 38; Honor Council" 38; 
May Queen 38. __ 





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Thirty-two 



SENIOR CLASS 





-HFI_FM N ELSON NOELL 
"Durham, N. C. 

Street carnival, bugle corps, lazy sum- 
mer afternoon. 

Sigma; Sigma Lambda Literary Society 
37, 38; Altar Guild 38; Political 
Science Club 38, French Club 37; Pub- 
lications Staff 38, Riding Club 38. 



REBECCA WYSE NORMAN 

Raleigh, N. C. 

"Becky" 

Cherry blossoms, live wires, Japanese 
lanterns. 

Mu; Dramatic Club 37, 38, Secretary 
38; French Club 37; Sigma Lambda 
Literary Society 37, 38; Business 
Manager STAGE COACH 38. 



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VIRGINIA OLIVER* 
fideigh, N. C. 



HELEN FRANCES PAGE 
^xNj^l-Roieigh, N. C Raleigh, N C. 

Cor tege Hnml^jgasing eyes, sparklers "Beechie," puffs, brown thrush 

Sigma. - ^ ~° Mu; French Club 35, 36. 




Thirty-three 



THE 1938 




LOUISE HOWERTON PARTRICK 
Raleigh, N C 
Choir boys, smooth hair, shy smiles. 

Mu, French Club 35. 36. 37; Glee 
Club '38; Granddaughters' Club '35, 
36, 38 



MARY JOSEPHINE POPE 
Dunn, N C 
"Jo" 
Swing music, dark eyes, roosters. 

Mu, Vice-President Student Body 37; 
Altar Guild 38; French Club 37, Honor 
Council 37; Riding Club 38, PohtiegU 
Science Club 38; Chief Marshal 3 



MARTHA TURNER PATTON 

Swannanoa, N C 

"Patty" 

Forget-me-nots, sunbonnets, old rose. 

Sigma; French Club 37; Grand- 
daughters' Club 36 37, 38; Political 
Science Club 37, 38, Dramatic Club 
37, Altar Guild 38, Secretary 38 



Southern 
bronze. 

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Thirty-four 



SENIOR CLASS 





MAR¥% @b+SE RIDDICK 
Scotland Neck, N C 
President of the Student Body. 
Pink roses, mother-of-pearl, Persian 
kittens, earnestness. 
Mu; Gronddaughter's Club 37, 38 
French Club 37; Riding Club 38; Politi- 
cal Science Club 38; E.A.P. Literary 
Society 37, 38; Altar Guild 38; Vice 

^-President Y.P.S.L, 38, Y.P.S.L Council 

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VTHLEEN ROBERSON 
^-^ejaviiLe^S C. 

Tweeds, "forma I ^gsjrdfSis^Mezart 



MARY EMMA ROBBINS 

Durham, N. C 

Summer co-ed, black velvet, goldenrod 

Sigma; Political Science Club 38, Rid- 
ing Club 38, French Club 37, Altar 
Guild 38 



Ma^-Erendr£kib-^^Gl^:iub 37, 
38; Choir 37, 38; Pol )iKoi Science 
Club 38; Altar£!it!d^38r— L, 




SARAH FRANCES RUARK* 
Raleigh, N C 

Bright green, dance week-ends, that 
certain something 

Sigma. 



Thirty-five 



THE 1938 




CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH RUFFNER 

Raleigh, N. C. 
Yardleys', red apples, wood fires. 

Sigma; Deutscher Verein 37, 38 
Social Committee 38 



RUTH HELEN SEIDLER 

Maplewood, N. J 

Hockey sticks, deep wools, friendliness 

Sigma, President 38; Athletic 
38; Riding Club 38; Dramatic 
37, 38; Political Science Club. 
Hockey Varsity 37; Kick Ball Va 
38; Basketball Varsity 37, 38; T 
37; Altar Guild 38. 



Board 



AGNES GRANBERRY SANFORD 
Mocksville, N C. 

Scotch plaids, friendliness, all day 
suckers. 

Mu; French Club 37; Deutscher Verein 
37, Treasurer 38; Altar Guild 38; 
Honor Council 38; Sigma__Lambda_ 
Literary Society 37, Secret ary- I rg gs 
urer 38; Granddaughters' "CTub"37T'3S 



__ANNI 

TarboroPR C^ ___ 
Ginger,_ fgds^cQprfa'sion. 

'3b, French-Club- 37; 
S L 38; Pol+t4C-al Science 
tar Guild 38. 





Thirty-six 



SENIOR CLASS 




^fNNA SILVER 
Raleigh, N. C. 
Good humor, consistency, smiles. 
Mu; Commercial Club 38. 




V-~-_ NANCY SCULL TAYLOR 
3;C^~ ^He«eilsville, N. C. 
- fast _ fe^s^+bajj^fox-furs and red vel- 

Mu; " Vice" '^rSSenf^=3Sr "PotTTicat" 
Science- C!utr-'3SY>4Jiaji^Cuild 38; 
Ji£eadx_Clu5IJ35, 36^3SE^ rarna +ic 
CI ub-3§F36^3?7-^= YAMi^ Jea rd 
38; Assistant Treasurer oKSwMiln/s 
Chapel 38t-- =s=- 3 




MARY LeROY STANTON 4 

McColl, S C 

Romping teddy bears, sunshine and 
shadows, "Laughter holding both his 
sides." 

Sigma, Cheer Leader 38; Dramatic Club 
36, 37, Business Manager and Treasurer 
38; Altar Guild 38; Glee Club 36; 
French Club 37, Riding Club 38, Presi- 



ELIZABETH CLARK THOMAS 
Westminster, Md 

"Betsy" 

Mink and flowers, sincerity, thorough- 
breds. 

Mu; French Club 37; Political Science 
Club 38, Dramatic Club 37, 38. 



Thirty-seven 



THE 1938 SENIOR CLASS 




WINIFRED MARSHALL VASS 
Raleigh, N C. 
Beach sands, bandboxes, angora 

Sigma; French Club 35, 36, 
Granddaughters' Club 35, 36, 37, 
EA.P. Literary Society 37, 38. 

BETTY TELFAIR WRIGHT 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Black and gold, smiling eyes, dimples. 

Sigma; Sigma Lambda Literary So- 
ciety 38; Granddaughters' Club 37 
38. 





MARY GALT WILLIAMSON 




Raleigh, N. C 


'37; 


Green Ford, red lips, chatter, ma mm 
dolls. 


38, 


Sigma, French Club 37. 



MARY JANE YEATMAN 

Columbia, Tenn ~^ 

Gay prints, lilies of the vaHex sjy-FiuJffor. 

Sigma, Cheerleader 38; ■^Eblications 

Sfaff-37, 3V6Sep^TAGE COACH 

38; Political Sci©fice_Clu_b 38^ Altar 

Guild 38; Frengferetub 36737; Sigma 

Lambda J^tt^6ry Society— 36, 37, 38; 

'"k£ 38; Y.P.S:LvGouncil 37, 

lies Scholarships Medal 36; 

37^38. 

Not photographed: ROSEMARY RAMSEUKS6«&N0K*T Raleigh, N. C, "Rusty," -high-heels, finger 
waves, modernistic patterns. Sigma. MARJORIE ENGLAND*, Raleigh, N. C, blond perfection.-grand 
smile, sport roadsters. Sigma; Riding Gub '38. *Not graduating. - - 

y — — ' - 





Thirty-eight 



LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT 

We, the Senior Class of 1938 of Saint Mary's School and Junior College, being declared 
mentally deficient and physically unbalanced, do hereby will and bequeath the following items to 
the following people: 

1 . Louise Hall leaves her quiet, cultured manner and faith in the faculty to Li Hie Robertson 

2. Betty Dudley leaves her unique method of acquiring her page-boy bob to Frances Vann 

3 Mary Anne Koonce bequeaths to Nancy Mann her conscientious observance of all rules, es- 
pecially chapel attendance. 

4. To Lois Thompson, Betsy Thomas wills her ranking of St. Mary's number one dancer. 

5. Mary Louise Riddick bequeaths her ability to assume the cares of the student body and the 
care of "Sugar" to Helen Montgomery. 

6. "Petie" Seidler leaves to "Toppin" Wheat the modest bows in her hair to take the place of the 
orchid and other phenomena we have seen gracing "Toppin's" coiffure 

7. "Tish" Knox wills her Count to Margaret Lewis hoping that he'll take the place of the Earl 
in Margaret's affections. 

8. Peggy Holmes, having noted Becky Lockwood's futile attempts, cooperates by willing Becky 
her naturally red hair. 

9. Sarah Griffith wills her neatly-tucked-up hair to Betty Cleavenger. 

10. Anne Shook leaves to "Tudie" Hudson her ability to sleep at all times and in all places. 

11. Alexa McColl and Sylvia Cullum bequeath their disorderly room to Frances Warren so that 
Frances will know what it is to get a slip from MMM 

12. Helen Noel I, in one of her off moments, leaves her "Technique" to Becky Davis 

13. Pauline Holt wills her "tall stories" to anyone in need of a line. 

14. Sal lie Fell wills her knitting ability and perseverance to Marianna Hancock so that "Pie-face" 
will settle down for a few minutes. 

15. Patsy Jones leaves her natural "fluff iness" to Susan Somervell so that the latter won't have to 
worry about gaining. 

16 Mabel Humphrey in a serious mood bequeaths all of her freckles to Martha Anne Speight 

17. "Jo" Pope wills her "rooster" top-knot to Timpy Woods to take the place of Timpy's number- 
less bows. 

18. "Tudie" Neff bequeaths her unique method of gesticulation to Anne Lombard 

19. Doris Butler leaves her gray fur coat to the admiring State swains. 

20. To the future Economics students Nancy Taylor bequeaths her "banking" technique 

21. Betsy Hobby wills her popularity with the boarders to Deboy. 

22. Charlotte Ruffner leaves her unhurried and explanatory translation of William Tell to Schiller. 

23. The day students will their permission to leave the campus at any time to all young ladies who 
might wish to elope. 

24. Mary Jane Yeatman leaves her dates with Miss Harris, Mr. Moore, and Mr Hardison to Martha 
Lewis. 

25. The Senior Class leaves the library and its contents to the Juniors — 'nuff said. 

ANN DAWSON, 
JEAN MILLER, 
Attorneys. 

Thirty-nine 



A HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF 1938 
1936-1937 

For some years to come September 15, 1936, will bring back to us the memory of that first time 
we, as much bewildered Juniors, beheld the tall columns and wide verandah of Smedes. With our 
organization and the election of Sal I ie Fell as president, we felt as if we had acquired that much- 
envied Senior dignity (except sometimes! . . . . The Hallowe'en party definitely established our repu- 
tation as spooky hostesses. Remember Hunt, Kitty, and Puddin as the Tarzan trio? . . . The 
Senior dance which the Juniors participated in on the fire escapes. . . . Christmas holidays, and 
then back to school for our first exams at St. Mary's. . . . Remember the snow battle we had at the 
end of February? It was fun, but it was good to hear Miss Lalor start talking about the "little 
treasures" of spring. . . . Grape balloons popping, the Junior-Senior dance with Jimmie Poyner's 
orchestra. We truly participated. . . . May Day, a harmony of pastel shades and lovely girls, 
and the crowning of our most beautiful belle, Tootsie. . . . Class day, dawn found us making the 
daisy chain for our big sisters. . . . Finally came commencement, the happy anticipation of going 
home somewhat clouded and dampened by the sadness of partings. 

1937-1938 

In the fall of 37, we returned to find that we were Seniors — only a word at first, but soon to 
acquire a significant meaning. . . . Ann Shook brightened our dreary days with her interpretation 
of the fillyloo bird. . . . The Duke-Carolina game, with the best of us (Mr. Moore and Mr. Guess) 
cheering for the Tar Heels. . . . Red bells, wreaths of holly, and the Shirley Temple doll in 
Taylor's window heralded the approach of Christmas and the Senior dance — great swirls of con- 
fetti. . . . Our Christmas pageant, for the last time we heard Mr, Jones play "The March of the 
Wise Men." Toward dawn, we sang (?) Christmas carols. Anyhow, the prisoners enjoyed our 
attempt. . . . Christmas holidays over, we faced the trials of exams and Senior essays. Some- 
how, we managed to get by unscathed. . . . Spring holidays, and all too soon a beautiful whirl of 
events: the Junior-Senior dance, May Day, parties, teas, and "Good-bye School" brought us to 
graduation, all permeated with a sort of breathless anticipation of the future, and a deep sorrow 
in leaving our friends and St. Mary's. 



Flirty 



AuylLoy C^lass (J [fleers 



MARTHA ANNE SPEIGHT 
President 



SUE ALLEN CLAPP 
Vice-President 



PENELOPE BATTLE LEWIS 
Secretary and Treasurer 




Forty-one 



JUNIOR 




JANE ACREE 
Gordonsville, Va. 

VIRGINIA 
Sche 



ALLISON 



THERESA 
Jackson, 



FRANCES 
Andersor 



MARGARE 
Norfolk 




SLEA 



LILLIAN BUEL BOSCHEN 
Freehold, N. J. 

NANCY WOODWARD BRANTLEY 
Spring Hope, N. C. 



Furhi-ltco 



CLASS 



VIRGINIA DARE CATES 
Raleigh, N. C. 



BET^gi^PMAN 
S. C. 




:oxe 



MARY 
Bill- 



HIXIE MAY DAVIS 
Raleigh, N. C. 



REBECCA DAVIS 
Salisbury, N. C. 




Forty-three 



JUN IOR 




MARY FRANCES DEBOY 
Raleigh, N. C. 



LAURA 
H 



LOUISE 

Charle 



MARJOR 
New Bi 



MARY FllV. 
Jackso 




ANNE FLOWE 
Kannapolis, N. C. 



\ "SUV* 



Mcdowell foote 

Norfolk, Va. 



Forty-four 



CLASS 



VIRGINIA DUNCAN FOSTER 
Raleigh, N. C. 




ANCOCK 



ARRIS 



GEORGIANNA HETSCH 
Fort Thomas, Ky. 



MARY ELIZABETH HOLMES 
Weldon, N. C. 




Forty-five 



JUNIOR 




HELEN WHITE HOLT 
Warrenton, N. C. 



MARGARET 
Bel A 



HOPKINS 



MARY TU| 
Norfolk 



ELIZABETI 
Vienna, > i 



SARAH WJ 
Wood be 




1 k~ ^ 


JANE LeGRAND 


Wilmington, N. C. 


\^"- *i 






MARTHA HASKINS LEWIS 




Durham, N. C. 


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Forty-six 



CLASS 



MARGARET LEWIS 
Greensboro, N. C. 



PE^flfCORL LEWIS 
N<£r*HCvVa. 




IRENE WARREN MITCHELL 
Wilson, N. C. 

HELEN MONTGOMERY 
Richmond, Va. 




Forty-seven 



JUNIOR 




WINIFRED MORRISON 
Lynchburg, Va. 



NANCY 
Was 



MARY SUI 
Henders' 



JOSEPHIN 
Raleigh, 



METTA PI I 
Middlesc 




LUCY PITTENGER 
Enka, N. C. 



PAULINE PONTON 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Forty-oiffht 



CLASS 



RUTH PURNELL 
Spartanburg, S 

AYLE 




ANNEI 
Fair 



UVAIN 



SARAH PEARSON SAWYER 
Windsor, N. C. 

DOROTHY SEE 
Atlanta, Ga. 




Forty-nine 



JUNIOR 




CHITA BEASLEY SMITH 
Birmingham, Ala 

PALME 
Atl 



I 




VIRGIN 
Raleig 



JANE GA 
Rocky 



LOSSIE ( 

Wilmin 




MILDRED TAYLOR 
Columbia, S. C. 



FRANCES THOMPSON 
Westwood, N. J. 



Fifty 



CLASS 



HALLIE RUTLAND TOWNES 
Wilmington, N. C. 



MAN 




SARAH FRANCES WRIGHT 
Mocon, Ga. 

Not Photographed: 
BETTY HUNT 
Raleigh, N. C. 

HARRIET JO POOR 
Ashland, Ky. 




Fifty-one 



COMMERCIAL 




DOROTHY KERR 

President 

Clinton, N. C. 



LILLIE ROBERTSON FLORENCE WITHERS 

Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer 

Wilmington, N. C. Gastonia, N. C. 




MARY BARROLL 
Philadelphia, Pa 



EILEEN BRENT 
Bedford, Va. 



AILEEN BYNUM 

Hope Mills, N C 



VIRGINIA CHRISTMAN 
Spartanburg, S. C. 



DOROTHY DUKE 
Raleigh, N C 



BETTY GAITHER 
Morganton, N C. 



Fifty-two 



DEPARTMENT 



MARY GAULT 
Lake Waccamaw, N C. 



MARGARET HAMAKER 
Raleigh, N C. 



VIRGINIA HARDIN 
Decatur, Ga 



BETTY PHILLIPS HARRIS 
Seaboard, N. C 



BARBARA HONEYCUTT 
Raleigh, N. C. 



NANCY MANN 
Raleigh, N C. 



MARY MIDYETTE 
Aurora, N C 



ELIZABETH PARKER 
Murphy, N C 



ERNESTINE RICH 
Philadelphia, Pa 



ELLEN ROSS 
Raleigh, N C 




Fifty-three 



COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT 





BETTY SIBLEY 
Wilmington, N. C. 



MARY GREEN THIEM 
Raleigh, N. C 





REBECCA TUCKER 
Charlotte, N C 



EUGIE WATTERS 
Wilmington, N. C. 



JANE WOMBLE 
Raleigh, N. C. 



SARAH FRANCES WRIGHT 
Atlanta, Ga. 



SPECIAL JUNIORS 





BEVERLY BRIDGERS 
Tarboro, N. C. 



ELIZA KUYK 
Savannah, Ga. 



Fifty-four 



L\nver t^lass (J f fleers 



VIRGINIA TROTTER 
Sophomore President 



MEREDYTH MclNTYRE 
Freshman President 



BETTY OATES 
Prep President 




Fifty-five 



SOPHOMORE 




£> £> 





First row: 

ANNIS ELIZABETH BEASLEY 
Charlotte, N C 

GERTRUDE RANDOLPH CARTER 
Shirley, Va. 

CATHLEEN SOUTH CASTLES 
Glen Ridge, N. J. 

BETTY CLEAVENGER 
Washington, D. C. 

Stroud row: 

MARTHA CLOVIS 
Wheeling, W. Va 



MARGUERITE CROW 
Houston, Texas 

MARGARET CUTLIFF 
Raleigh, N C. 

RUTH ELIZABETH DAVIS 
New York, N Y. 

Third row: 

MARTHA DOROTHY DIGGS 
Casper, Wyoming 

HELEN LUCRETIA DIVERS 
Pulaski, Va. 

MARY WILLIS DOUTHAT 
Weyanoke, Va, 



ERWIN GANT 
Burlington, N. C. 

Fourth rote: 

JANE GARRETT 
Greenville, N C 

KATHERINE SMITH HARDISON 
Raleigh, N. C 

ALICE MAXINE HOFFMAN 
Raleigh, N. C. 

HELEN AYDLETT KENDRICK 
Elizabeth City, N C. 



Fifht-sir 



CLASS 




First row: 

BILLIE MARSHALL 
Leaksville, N. C. 

ANN ELISE MARTIN 
Florence, S. C. 

PAGE McLENDON 
Athens, Tenn. 

SARAH FOARD MacNIDER 
Chapel Hill, N. C, 

Second row: 

FRANCES BYRD SMITH 
Florence, S. C. 

META SOMPAYRAC 
Society Hill, S. C. 



SARAH SUTTON 
Raleigh, N. C. 

BETTIE ELLEN TAYLOR 
Lynchburg, Va. 

Third row: 

VIRGINIA TROTTER 
La Grange, Ga 

ELIZABETH TOOLE TUCKER 
Raleigh, N C 

MARTHA VIRGINIA WATTS 
Lynchburg, Va. 

MARY MILLER WHEAT 
Charlottesville, Va 



Fourth row: 

MARY LYNN WHITE 
Greensboro, N, C 

ELIZABETH GREENFIELD WILSON 
Batavia, N. Y. 

MARY ELISABETH WOODS 
Kent, Conn. 

Not Photographed 

EMILY FLORIED SCHENCK 
Raleigh, N. C. 

NANCY SPRECHER 
Albuquerque, N. M. 

Fifty-seven 



FRESHMEN 







Wycliffe Allen, Martha Armstrong, Susan Baker, Jean Ballenger, Laura Boykin, Josephine John- 
son, Mary Kistler, Florence Beckwith Lockwood, Kathryn Long, Meredyth Mclntyre, Carolyn Miller, 
Lucille Mitchell, Ellen Mary Orr, Carolyn Reed, Ann Seeley, Louise Williams. 

PREPS 




Martha Virginia Blythe, Virginia Brock, Martha Shelton Chase, Elizabeth Jaliffe Clarkson, 
Margaret Winifred Crenshaw, Mary Davis, Sue Somerville Harwood, Mary Alice Hoover, Janet James, 
Betty Oates, Barbara Anne Rainey, Yvonne Rumfeldt, Susan Somervell, Lois Knight Thompson, Sarah 
Frances Tucker, Virginia Winifred Work. 

Not Photographed: Mary Louise Dunn. 



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ACTIVITIES 



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"From this moment 
The very firstlings of my heart shall be 
The firstlings of my hand And even now 
To crown my thoughts with acts, be it thought and done.' 



C^ke Uvaer of the C^trcLi 



LOUISE JORDAN 
President 



Eileen Brent 
Sue Clapp 
Anne Dawson 
Salhe Fell 
Anne Flowe 



Erwin Gant 
Mary Gault 
Merne Haynes 
Elizabeth Hunter 



Helen Kendrick 
Jean Miller 
Mary Elizabeth 



Neff 



Rebecca Norman 



Mary Louise Riddick 
Sarah Sawyer 
Lossie Taylor 
Ha I lie Townes 
Mary Jane Yeatman 



Purpose: As the circle symbolizes unity, so the purpose of this organization 
shall be to promote a spirit of cooperation among the students and between the 
faculty and the students by the cultivation of high ideals of fellowship, service, 
citizenship, and scholarship and to assist new students in finding their place in 
school life and activities. 



Sixiy-one 




becjLslative Jjoaij 



Erwin Gant Janet James Grant Jones Dot Kerr Mary Kistler 

Helen Montgomery Meredyth Mclntyre Tudie Neff Betty Oates Mary Olsen 

Ernestine Rich Mary Louise Riddick Martha Anne Speight Virginia Trotter 
Elizabeth Tucker 

Miss Davis Miss Jones Miss Lalor Miss Scott Miss Spruill 

Miss Tucker Miss Weise 



Sixty-two 




\jtonor Uouncil 



MARY LOUISE RIDDICK 
President Student Body 



Louise Hall 
Mary Elizabeth Neff 
Agnes Sanford 
Mary Anne Koonce 



HALLIE TOWNES 
Vice-President Student Body 



ALEXA McCOLL 
Secretary 



Virginia Allison 
Martha Anne Speight 
Lucy Pittenger 
Annie Webb Cheshire 
Virginia Trotter 



Erwin Gant 
Meredyth Mclntyre 
Betty Oates 
Dorothy Kerr 



Sixty-three 


















Student 1 ub tic ado 



ris 



MARY JANE YEATMAN 
Editor of the STAGE COACH 



REBECCA NORMAN 
business Manager of the STAGE COACH 



ALEXA McCOLL 
Editor of the BULLETIN 



LOUISE JORDAN 
Editor of the BELLES 



SlxllJ-fOUT 




First rota: 

Virginia Allison 
Theresa Anderson 
Sue Clapp 
Sylvia Cullum 
Dorothy Diggs 



Staff 



Second row: 

Erwin Gant 
Merrie Haynes 
Elizabeth Hunter 
Mary Kistler 
Martha Lewis 



Third row: 

Jean Miller 
Helen Noell 
Martha Watts 
Eugie Watters 
Mary Elisabeth Woods 



MARGARET BEVILAQUA* 

CHARLOTTE HARRIS* 

ERWIN GANT 

HALLIE TOWNES* 

VIRGINIA BROCK* 



Artists: 



MARTHA LEWIS 

SUE CLAPP 

HELEN NOELL 

MARY WILLIS DOUTHAT* 

GERTRUDE CARTER* 



;: Not photographed. 



Sixty-jive 




dJramailc Lylab 



SYLVIA CULLUM 
President 



REBECCA NORMAN 
Secretary 



MARY LeROY STANTON 
Business Manager and Treasurer 



MISS FLORENCE C. DAVIS 
Director 



Theresa Anderson 
Lucy Ashton 
Susan Baker 
Mary Barroll 
Mrs. Howard Barrow 
Phoebe Bashore 
Pauline Bates 
Elizabeth Beasley 
Ruth Bill ingslea 
Martha Blythe 
Eileen Brent 
Beverly Bridgers 
Margaret Burgwyn 
Sue Clapp 
Betty Cleavenger 
Mary Connolly Coxe 
Margaret Crenshaw 
Sylvia Cullurn 
Mary Davis 
Rebecca Davis 



Dorothy Diggs 
Betty Dudley 
Sallie Fell 
Frances Fish 
Betty Gaither 
Erwin Gant 
Virginia Hardin 
Bettie Phillips Harris 
Katharine Harris 
Sue Harwood 
Elizabeth Holmes 
Peggy Holmes 
Pauline Holt 
Betty Anne Huffmes 
Mabel Humphrey 
Betty Hunt 
Jean Hunt 
Elizabeth Hunter 
Louise Jordan 
Helen Kendnck 



Dorothy Kerr 
Mary Kistler 
Mary Anne Koonce 
Sarah Korn 
Florence Lockwood 
Anne Lombard 
Anne Lynch 
Sarah Foard MacNider 
Billie Marshall 
Rose Martin 
Mary Midyette 
Jean Miller 
Helen Montgomery 
Winifred Morrison 
Nancy Murchison 
Nancy Mclver 
Rebecca Norman 
Betty Oates 
Mary James Perry 
Lucy Pittenger 



Carolyn Reed 
Louise Robinson 
Anne Rust 
Dorothy See 
Ruth Seidler 
Susan Somervell 
Mary LeRoy Stanton 
Ellen Taylor 
Margaret Taylor 
Nancy Taylor 
Betsy Thomas 
Lois Thompson 
Hall le Townes 
Helen Valentine 
Martha Watts 
Elizabeth Wilson 
Louise Wilson 
Nancy Wolfe 
Mary Elisabeth Woods 



Sixty-six 




C^lie sLivals 



CAST 

Sir Anthony Absolute HELEN KENDRICK 

Captain Jack Absolute LOUISE WILSON 

Faulkland JEAN HUN I 

Bob Acres SYLVIA CULLUM 

Sir Lucius O'Tngger SUE HARWOOD 

Fag BETTI E HARRIS 

David EILEEN BRENT 

Thomas MARY ELIZABETH HOLMES 

Mrs Malaprop BETTY CLEAVENGER 

Lydia Languish REBECCA NORMAN 

Julia MABEL HUMPHREY 

Lucy JEAN MILLER 



Sixty-seven 




tjlee CyliiD 



MR WILLIAM H. JONES 
Director 



Martha Armstrong 
Susan Baker 
Martha Blythe 
Eileen Brent 
Doris Butler 
Kay Castles 
Betty Cleavenger 
Marguerite Crow 
Dorothy Diggs 
Louise Donald 
Sallie Fell 
Frances Fish 
Erwin Gant 
Virginia Hardin 
Georgianna Hetsch 
Betty Anne Huffines 



Helen Kendrick 
Dorothy Kerr 
Letitia Knox 
Janet Marden 
Page McLendon 
Helen Montgomery 
Nancy Murchison 
Louise Partrick 
Barbara Rainey 
Kathleen Roberson 
Yvonne Rumfeldt 
Sarah Sawyer 
Ida Turner 
Martha Watts 
Catherine Wellman 
Mary Elisabeth Woods 



Virginia Work 



Sixty-eight 




Dolaniki 



CAST 

The Lord Chancellor ERWIN GANT 

Earl of Mountararat BETTY CLEAVENGER 

Earl Tollollerr FRANCES FISH 

Private Willis GEORGIANNA HETSCH 

Strephon NANCY MURCHISON 

Queen of the Fairies MARY WHEAT 

lolanthe HELEN KENDRICK 

Celia LETITIA KNOX 

Leila VIRGINIA HARDIN 

Fleta HELEN MONTGOMERY 

Phyllis MARTHA WATTS 

Chorus of Dukes, Marquises, Earls, Viscounts, and Barons: 

Yvonne Rumfeldt Eileen Brent 

Ida Turner Mary Elisabeth Woods 

Louise Donald Barbara Rainey 

Sarah Sawyer Martha Blythe 

Betty Anne Huffines Kathleen Roberson 

Marguerite Crow 

Chorus of Fairies: 

Susan Baker Kay Castles 

Louise Partrick Catherine Wellman 

So I lie Fell Janet Marden 

Martha Armstrong Doris Butler 

Dorothy Diggs Dorothy Kerr 

Virginia Work Page McLendon 



Sixty-nine 




(yllOLl 




Of liar Qui la 



Seventy 




iurirlstmas 1 aqeant 

King Arthur Tudie Neff 

Sir Modred Mary Anne Koonce 

Sir Lancelot Mabel Humphrey 

Sir Galahad Betty Dudley 

The Virgin Mary Mary Jane Yeatman 

Joseph Anne Dawson 



Angels: 

Mary Louise Riddick 
Patsy Jones 

Shepherds: 

Mary LeRoy Stanton 
Margaret Burgwyn 
Nancy Maupin 
Agnes Sanford 
Louise Partrick 
Anne Shook 



Wise Men: 

Letitia Knox 
Lilian Boschen 
Kay Roberson 

Knights: 

Nancy Taylor 
Sylvia Cullum 
Petie Seidler 
M.cbel Humphrey 



Maidens: 

Helen Noell 
Jean Blount 
Ann Burnett 
Rebecca Norman 

Pages: 

Jean Miller 
Josephine Pope 

Reader: 

Sallie Fell 



Seventy-one 




Opsllott OjLplia 1 1 biterarij Society 



JEAN BLOUNT 
President 



HELEN HOLT 
Vice-President 



PENELOPE LEWIS 
Secretary-Treasurer 




Sigma ls>ayrwba J^itemnj Society 



ANN DAWSON 
President 



MARTHA LEWIS 
Vice-President 



AGNES SAN FORD 
Secretary-Treasurer 



Seventy-two 




JJeutsclier V ere in 



JEAN MILLER NANCY MURCHISON ANN DAWSON MERRIE HAYNES AGNES SANFORD 
President Vice-President Secretary Secretary Treasurer 



Q & 




1 ol [ileal Science Lylab 



MARY LeROY STANTON 
President 



SYLVIA CULLUM 
Vice-President 



JEAN MILLER 
Secretary 



BETSY THOMAS 
Treasurer 



Seventy-three 




OjtliLelic UoLincil 



Ruth Seidler Miss Harvey Eugie Watters Nancy Taylor Miss Vincella Sylvia Cullum 




Jb>eller Ultiv 



Griffith White Thompson Murchison Watts Miller, C. MacNider Dingle Kendnck Gault 
Seidler Holmes, E. Brent Moore, M. L. Cullum Trotter 




Jvick Jjall 



Sally MacNider, Sylvia Cullum, Margaret Griffith, Helen Kendrick, Petie Seidler, Nancy Mur- 
chison, Lois Thompson, Mary Gault, Laura Dingle, Virginia Trotter. 




JjasketbaLL 



Phoebe Bashore, Mary Gault, Elizabeth Holmes, Nancy Taylor, Ruth Seidler, Margaret Griffith, 
Sylvia Cullum, Mary Midyette, Virginia Trotter, 




Swimmincj 



White, Miller, Trotter, Watts, Brent, Kendnck, Goult, Holmes. 




Cfum Sports 



Seventy-six 




EILEEN BRENT 
President 



Jvidhzq Ulub 

LAURA DINGLE 
Vice-President 



MARY KISTLER 
Secretary-Treasurer 




Go 



m mere in 



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DOROTHY KERR 
President 



L ILL IE ROBERTSON 
Vice-President 



FLORENCE WITHERS 
Secretary-Treasurer 



Seventy-seven 




Sbcjyna Ofmlellc Society 



RUTH SEIDLER 
President 



SYLVIA CULLUM 
Vice-President 



Martha Armstrong 

Susan Baker 

Jean Ballenger 

Virginia Barker 

Mrs Howard Barrow 

Phoebe Elizabeth Bashore 

Margaret Bevilaqua 

Ruth Billingslea 

Laura Boykin 

Nancy Brantley 

Eileen Brent 

Beverly Bridgers 

Virginia Brock 

Ann Burnett 

Gertrude Carter 

Virginia Cates 

Martha Chase 

Virginia Christman 

Betty Cleavenger 

Francis Coxe 

Margaret Crenshaw 

Marguerite Crow 

Sylvia Cullum 

Margaret Cutliff 

Hixie Mae Davis 

Ruth Davis 

Ann Dawson 

Laura Dingle 

Helen Lou Divers 

Mary Willis Douthat 

Jane Emerson 



Marjorie Wood Fagan 
Sallie Fell 
Mary Few 
McDowell Foote 
Virginia Foster 
Betty Gaither 
Jane Garrett 
Cornelia Gillam 
Sarah Griffith 
Margaret Hamaker 
Kathenne Hancock 
Virginia Hardin 
Charlotte Harris 
Florence Harris 
Sue Harwood 
Betsy Hobby 
Helen Holt 
Barbara Honeycutt 
Mary Tudor Hudson 
Betty Anne Huffines 
Rhea Hughes 
Jean Hunt 
Virginia Lee I bold 
Josephine Johnson 
Grant Jones 
Patsy Jones 
Helen Kendrick 
Marv Kistler 
Letitia Knox 
Martha Lewis 
Penelope Lewis 



Alice Ligon 
Florence Lockwood 
Kathenne Long 
Anne Lynch 
Nancy Mann 
Janet Marden 
Elise Martin 
Carolyn Miller 
Jean Miller 
Lucille Mitchell 
Helen Montgomery 
Nancy Murchison 
Sarah McGrady 
Meredyth Mc In tyre 
Page McLendon 
Helen Noell 
Betty Oates 
Sarah Oliver 
Mary Olsen 
Ellen Mary Orr 
Patty Patton 
Wanda Phillips 
Lucy Pittenger 
Jo Poor 
Ruth Purnell 
Carolyn Reed 
Helen Redfern 
Mary Emma Robbins 
Lillie Robertson 
Louise Robinson 
Sarah Ruark 



Elizabeth Ruffin 

Charlotte Ruffner 

Anne Rust 

Sarah Sawyer 

Emily Schenck 

Rosemary Schenck 

Ruth Seidler 

Betty Sibley 

Chita Smith 

Frances Smith 

Palmer Smith 

Meta Sompayrac 

Jane Spruill 

Mary LeRoy Stanton 

Sarah Sutton 

Mildred Taylor 

Mary Green Thiem 

Frances Thompson 

Winifred Vass 

Frances Warren 

Mary Miller Wheat 

Mallie White 

Mary Lynn White 

Hazel Williams 

Mary Gait Williamson 

Elizabeth Wilson 

Nancy Wolfe 

Jane Womble 

Betty Wright 

Sarah Frances Wright (Macon) 

Mary Jane Yeatman 



Seventy-eight. 




Jnu OfniLetic Society 



EUGIE WATTERS 
President 



NANCY TAYLOR 
Vice-President 



Jane Acree 
Wycliffe Allen 
Virginia Allison 
Theresa Anderson 
Lucy Ashton 
Mary Barroll 
Pauline Bates 
Elizabeth Beasley 
Jean Blount 
Martha Blythe 
Lillian Boschen 
Margaret Burgwyn 
Dons Butler 
Aileen Bynum 
Cathleen Castles 
Elizabeth Chapman 
Annie Webb Cheshire 
Sue Clapp 
Elizabeth Clarkson 
Martha Clovis 
Harriet Corbitt 
Ann Cox 

Mary Connolly Coxe 
Julia Rugqles Creech 
Mary Davis 
Rebecca Davis 
Mary Frances Deboy 
Dorothy Diggs 
Sairfax Dockery 
Louise Donald 
Willa Drew 
Elizabeth Dudley 



Dorothy Duke 
Mary Louise Dunn 
Marjorie Enqland 
Helen Jean Farmer 
Frances Fish 
Ann Flowe 
Erwm Gant 
Mary Gault 
Margaret Griffin 
Doris Goerch 
Elizabeth Haislip 
Louise Hall 
Katherine Hardison 
Merrie Haynes 
Bettie Phillips Harris 
Katherine Harris 
Georgianna Hetsch 
Elizabeth Holmes 
Pegay Holmes 
Pculine Holt 
Mary Alice Hoover 
M.argaret Hopkins 
Mabel Humphrey 
Elizabeth Hunter 
Virginia Lee I bold 
Janet James 
Louise Jordan 
Dorothy Kerr 
Virginia Lee Kirby 
Mary Anne Koonce 
Sarah Korn 
Eliza Kuyk 



Jane LeGrand 
Margaret Lewis 
Anne Lombard 
Sarah Foard MacNider 
Nancy Maupin 
Bi I lie Marshall 
Rose Martin 
Mory Midyette 
Irene Mitchell 
Mary Lily Moore 
Winifred Morrison 
Alexa McColl 
Nancy Mclver 
Mary Elizabeth Neff 
Mary Sue Newell 
Rebecca Norman 
Elizabeth Parker 
Louise Partrick 
Josephine Peoples 
Mary James Perry 
Metta Phillips 
Josephine Pope 
Aylett Putney 
Mary Shepherd Quintard 
Barbara Rainey 
Ernestine Rich 
Mary Louise Riddick 
Kathleen Roberson 
Elizabeth Rodwell 
Ellen Ross 
Yvonne Rumfeldt 
Agnes Sanford 



Elizabeth Sauvain 
Dorothy See 
Anne Seeley 
Cuba Silver 
Susan Somervell 
Martha Anne Speight 
Louise Struthers 
Ellen Taylor 
Lossie Taylor 
Margaret Taylor 
Nancy Taylor 
Elizabeth Thomas 
Lois Thompson 
Hal I le Townes 
Virginia Trotter 
Elizabeth Tucker 
Rebecca Tucker 
Sarah Tucker 
Ida Turner 
Helen Valentine 
Jane Vann 
Eugie Watters 
Martha Watts 
Catherine Wellman 
Louise Williams 
Louise Wilson 
Florence Withers 
Mary Elisabeth Woods 
Virginia Work 
Sarah Frances Wright 
(Atlanta) 



Seventy-nine 




LOUISE WILSON 
President 



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MARY ELIZABETH NEFF 
Vice-President 



SARAH FOARD MacNIDER 
Sec reta ry-Treasu rer 




LOUISE HALL 
President 



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MARTHA LEWIS 
Secretary 



LUCY PITTENGER 
Treasurer 



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"Who doth not feel, until his failing sight 
Faints into darkness with its own delight, 
His changing cheek, his sinking heart confess, 
The might — the majesty of Loveliness?" 




^Marshals 



MARTHA ANNE SPEIGHT 
ANN FLOWE 



MARGARET TAYLOR, Chief Marshal 
VIRGINIA ALLISON 

MERRIE HAYNES 



Eighty-three 




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RJDIENEFF, May Queen 

LETITIA KNOX, Maid-of-Honor 




THE COURT 
Kneeling- Mary Kistler, Tram Bearer Left to right: Wycliffe Allen, Flower Girl; Meredyth Mclntyre, Page; 
Florence Withers, Sarah Ruark, Patsy Jones, Helen Noel I, Jean Hunt, Martha A Speight, Ellen Ross, Jane 
Spruill, Crown Bearer; Tudie Neff, May Queen; Letitia Knox, Maid of Honor; l "" Q w ™ n 

Maupin, Merrie Haynes, Margaret Bevilaqua, Mary Louise Riddick, Annie Webb 
Laura Boykin, Page; Chita Smith, Flower Girl; Helen Montgomery, Train Bearer 



ne 
Jane Womble, Nancy 
Cheshire, Jean Blount, 



Eighty-four 




MAY POLE DANCE 



Eighty-five 




Jnarij l^oulse JvlooIck 

"She's wit, she's charm, she's common sense." 

(J-osepkLne 1 ope 

"To brisk notes in cadence beating 
Glance her ever-twinkling feet." 




OjYine Shook 

'Her |oys are deep as the ocean 
Her troubles as light as the foam. 



Jiarij CtlzAelk cMeff 

"A daughter of the gods, divinely tall 
And most divinely fair." 




Jooalse <jtaske Jordan 

"Pages for her are more than prints: she seeks 
Knowledge behind the words the author speaks." 

^ean Uriitenaen Jn'iller 

"Mischief thou art afoot 
Take what course thou wilt." 




Jviitli <Jtelen SeiaLer 

"A smile for all, a greeting glad 
An amiable, jolly way she had " 



"The reason firm, the temperate will, 
Endurance, foresight, strength and skill." 




Saturday night. . . . Everybody happy? . . . Hold it. ... St. Mary's Special. . . . Sunday, the morning 
after. . . . Take it or leaf it. . . . Sees all, knows Al. . . . Your feet's too big. . . . Wipe those grins 
off . . . Maurice and assistant. . . . Georgia peaches. . . . High minded. . . . 'Rissa, Gin, and Putt, 

Harem or Santa Clous . . . Smile, Mopsey. ... The cutest one "Bottoms up." ..."... of better 

days. . . ." 




Gone but not forgotten. . . . Down town to church. . . . Bench sitters. . . . Teocher's pet. ... 0, 
Teacher. ... A gal's best friend . . . Every man to his choice . . . Cuddie Mae. . . . "Time on my 
Hands." . . . Just one of the girls. . . . Balcony scene . . . The mighty Mite, I betcha. . . . "Thanks 
for the Memories." . . . Braving the elements. . . . Sports. . . . 




Snow bird. . . . Anything for beauty. . . . Misery loves company. . . . "Lonesome Thinking of 

You." . . . West Rock delegation, . . . Milly n' Martha . . . Out-door girls. . . . Long at leisure. . . . 

Yes, day students. ... For Ladies? . . . Shadows on the Wing . . . Public attraction No. 1 . . . . 
Blonde or brunette? . . . One for the money. ... On the go. . . . 




"Forgot my chapel cap." . . - Sally and the gang . . . The scene of battle. . . . Tarzan escapes. 
. . . Two o' the Janes. . . . Tidy Tudie the winnah! . . . Handy Andy. , . . Step sitters. . . . Practice 
room. . . . "Got a Date With An Angel." . . . Truck on down . . , We get our man . . . "Gone 
With the Wind." . . . Women 1 bah 




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To Our 
STAGE COACH ADVERTISERS 

We express our appreciation 

and recommend the patronage 

of these firms 



Ambassador Theatre 

Blue Star Stores 

Boon-lsley's Drug Store 

Boylan-Pearce, Inc. 

Brantley's Drug Store 

Briggs & Sons, Thos H 

Brogden Produce Company 

Brown's Market 

Bynum Printing Company 

California Fruit Store 

Capital Ice & Coal Company, Inc. 

Carolina Cleaners 

Carolina Coach Company 

Cranford's Beauty Salon 

Cromley-Melvin Drugs 

Donations' Electric Service 

Cafeteria 

Five and Ten 

Gas Service 

Wholesale Meats 
Eckerd's 

Edwards & Broughton Company 
Ellisberg's 

Ellisberg's Millinery Salon 
Fallon Company, Inc., J, J. 
Hudson-Belk Company 

Wyatt & 



Hudson Fish & Oyster Company 
Hotel Carolina 
Jean's 

Lance Packing Company, Inc. 
Lewis Sporting Goods Company 
Marsh Company, Inc., Geo. 
Neiman's Jewelers 
North Carolina Theatre 
Poole's Beauty Shop 
Porter Candy Company 
Preston, Inc. 
Rosenthal's 

Royal Baking Company 
Royster's 
Siddell Studio 
Sir Walter Hotel 
Staudt's Bakery 

State, Palace, Capitol Theatres 
St. Mary's School and Junior College 
Strop Taxi Company 
Taylor's 

Thiem, James E. 
Wa I green's 

White's Ice Cream Company 
Williams & Company, Alfred 
Wright's Dairy 
Sons, Job P. 



The STAGE COACH is the only publication of Saint Mary's School and Junior 
College for which advertisements are accepted. A bulletin board list of our adver- 
tisers is kept at the school for the session. 



SAINT MARY'S SCHOOL AND JUNIOR COLLEGE 

Mrs. Ernest Cruikshank, AM, President 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

High School graduates are offered two years of Grade A College work. 
The Curriculum also includes 10th, 1 1th, and 12th grades of High School 
work. All Academic Courses fully accredited by the Southern Association. 

Excellent- Courses in Art, Business, Expression, Home Economics 

and Music Departments with Tuition included 

in General Charge 

Twenty-Acre Campus — Field Sports — Gymnasium — Tennis 
Indoor Tiled Swimming Pool - - Horseback Riding — Golf 

ANNUAL SESSIONS — MID-SEPTEMBER TO JUNE 
Provide Thirty-five Weeks of Classroom Work 

Write A. W. Tucker, Business Manager, for Catalogue and View Book 



Always the Newest 



. . . in . . . 



QUALITY MERCHANDISE 



BOYLAN-PEARCE, INC. 

"Raleigh's Shopping Center" 



. 


HU DSON-BELK COMPANY 


Raleigh's Largest Department Store 


Appreciates your patronage during the school 


year just ending and looks forward 


to serving you again during 


the coming year. 


You Will Enjoy 


MEET 


Shopping 


at the 


at 






CALIFORNIA FRUIT 




STORE 


1 ■*o«l»ii 

IWC. 


Lunches and Fountain Service 


1 12 Fayetteville Street 


that delight the most 
fastidious 



BOON-ISELEY'S 
DRUG STORE 

"The College Drug Store" 

Max Factor and Dorothy Grey 
Beauty Preparations 

Fayetteville Street 


LANCE PACKING 
COMPANY, Inc. 


Peanut Products 
Candies 


CHARLOTTE - GREENSBORO 


PHONE 69 


NORTH CAROLINA 


Open Day and Night 




TAYLOR'S 


"The Show Place of the Carolinas" 


YOU CAN FIND AT THIS GOOD STORE 


MOST ANYTHING DESIRED AT 


PRICES YOU WISH 


TO PAY 



SHOES! 


Lovely Things at Little Prices 


Nothing 
But 






Good Shoes — 




108 Fayetteville Street 


That 
Combine 




Phone 2077 Raleigh, N. C. 




Comfort 




Raleigh's Newest and Finest 


and 







Style 




HOTEL CAROLINA 

The Nearest to Saint Mary's 


ROSENTHAL'S 


SCHOOL SUPPLIES 


The New Silk Lasrex 


EVERSHARP PENCILS 




WATERMAN'S FOUNTAIN 
PENS 


JANTZEN 


KODAKS and SUPPLIES 




ALBUMS 

MEMORY BOOKS 

POEMS 


Bathing Suit Has All the 
Glamour and Style 


LOOSE LEAF BOOKS 


It's the Perfect 


STATIONERY 
SHEET MUSIC 


SWIMSUIT 


"House of Quality" 




JAMES E. THIEM 


Lewis Sporting Goods Co. 


Phone 135 Raleigh, N. C. 


1 12 W. Hargett Street 



CAPITAL ICE & COAL COMPANY, Inc. 

Phones 492 and 493 — Raleigh, North Carolina 


We Supply the Ice for Your Refrigerators 
and the Fuel for Your Heating Plant 


We Hope We Add to Your Comfort 


CROMLEY-MELVIN 
DRUGS 


WRIGHT'S DAIRY 
The Pines 

We Furnish Your Milk 
and Cream 


TWO STORES 
CAMERON PARK 

Phones 4455 - 4456 


Garner Road — RFD No. 3 


STROP TAXI COMPANY 

25c a Trip in City Limit 
ONE or FOUR 

PHONE 3800 

Oldest — Most Reliable 


SIR WALTER HOTEL BLDG. 

Phones 132-133 


COMPLETE 
DRUG STORE SESRVICE 



CAROLINA COACH COMPANY 
Comfort Convenience Courtesy 

Ask the Girls Who Went to Charleston 



GEO. MARSH CO., Inc. 

Wholesale Grocers 

310 South Harrington Street 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Say — 

"BAMBY" 

Royal Baking Company 

B. STREB, Prop. 



Visit Raleigh's Finest and 
Largest Drug Store 

PATENT MEDICINES 

PRESCRIPTIONS 

COSMETICS : SUNDRIES 

(bckerd s 

Soda Fountain and Luncheonette 



EVERYTHING 
For Saint Mary's Girls 



Raleigh's Smartest Shop 




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126 Fayetteville Street 
Featuring — 

SMART, STYLISH 
APPAREL 

For the College Miss Who Aspires 

to the Distinction of Being 

Smartly Gowned at 

All Times. 



BRANTLEY'S 
DRUG STORE 

The Place to Meet 
Your Friends 

For the BEST 

Sodas 

Ice Cream 
Cosmetics 

Drop in 

135 Fayetteville Street 
or Telephone 14 or 15 


"CHEAP 

ELECTRICITY 

IS 

CHEAPER STILL" 


PORTER CANDY CO. 

Wholesale Confectioners 

Telephone 1 19 
31 3 S Blount St. Raleigh, N C 


* 

BLUE STAR STORES 

Home Owned 


Compliments of 

Ellisberg's 
Millinery Salon 

Exclusive Agency for 
Rafield — the Perfect School Hat 


BROGDEN PRODUCE 
COMPANY 

Wholesale Fruits, Produce 

Dining Room Supplies 



DONATION 

WHOLESALE MEATS 


DONATION 

EASTERN CAROLINA'S 
FINEST CAFETERIA 


An Afternoon "Bite" 


Hudson Fish and Oyster 
Company 

Sea Foods for Your 
Dining Room 

PHONE 4840 RALEIGH 


delightfully served in our 
cozy place is an occasion 
most enjoyable. 

Meet your friends here! 


WE APPRECIATE 

Your patronage of the past 
season and sincerely trust our 
efforts to offer you the best 
in entertainment has been 
successful. 

AMBASSADOR 

STATE 

PALACE 

CAPITOL 

Operated by 
NORTH CAROLINA THEATRE 


STAUDT'S 

RETAIL STORE 

"Across the street from the Campus' 7 


BROWN'S MARKET 

300 Glenwood Ave. 
Raleigh, North Carolina 


DINING ROOM SUPPLIES 



CRANFORD'S 
BEAUTY SALON 

Mrs. T. E. Dowdy 
Owner-Manager 

Phone 4793 Raleigh, N. C 
Odd Fellows Building 


J EUU E LE RS-SI LVERSm ITMS 

RALEIGH. N.C. 

Phone 1361 
109 Fayetteville Street 


"ROYSTER'S" 

Since 1865 

207 Fayetteville Street 
RALEIGH, N. C. 

To eat stale candy is so silly, 
U hen fresh candy can be bought in the 
heart of the city. 


BYNUM PRINTING 
COMPANY 

Better Printing 
Phone 692 Raleigh, N. C. 


CAROLINA CLEANERS 

Phone 4068 116 Harrison Ave. 

DRY CLEANING - PRESSING 
ALTERING - DYEING 

Odorless Sf'ork of the Highest Quality 
Prompt, Efficient Service 


FLOWERS! 

Cut Flowers, Corsages, Graduation 
Bouquets, Decorations 

Phone 4070 

J. J. FALLON CO., Inc. 

"We Grow the Flowers We Sell" 


THOS. H. BRIGGS & SONS 

Incorporated 

HARDWARE 

220 Fayetteville Street 
Raleigh, N. C. 

"The Convenient Place to Shop" 


SIDDELL STUDIO 

RALEIGH, N. C. 


Official Photographer for 

THE STAGE COACH 



DONATION 

5 and 10c STORE 


WHITE'S ICE CREAM 

"There IS A Difference" 

WE SUPPLY THE LITTLE 
STORE 


THE HOTEL 

that is known as headquarters for 

Saint Mary's Visitors 


JOB P. WYATT b SONS 
COMPANY 


HARDWARE and SEED 

Bulbs, Plants 

and 

Garden Supplies 


The Hotel Sir Walter 

Rates $2.50: Upward 

Roland A. Mumford, Manager 


325-327 S Wilmington Street 
RALEIGH, N. C. 


Thanks for Your Patronage 

Poole's Beauty Shoppe 

"Raleigh's Permanent Wave Center" 

Established 10 Years 

7 West Harg.-tt Street Phone Hlfin 
New Raleigh Bids. 


Alfred Williams & Co. 

Raleigh, North Carolina 

Social Engraving 

Diplomas Certificates 

Commencement Invitations 

Books of All Publishers 

Established 1867 



NOTHING LIKE 

GAS 



For 



Cooking 

Hot Water 
Refrigeration 



SAINT MARY'S 
STUDENTS 

ARE ALWAYS WELCOME 
AT 

WALGREEN'S 



Raleigh's Most Popular 
DRUG STORE 



"Render Unto Caesar" . . . 

Few students when they read THE STAGE COACH and look with 
interest through its pages realize the long hours of continued 
effort and capability required of the staff in the preparation 
of copy, calls on the merchants, and the many other endless 
duties required of an efficient staff member. So — give it a 
thought and render a tribute to those staff members of your 
publication who have served faithfully their school and their 
fellow students in these extra curricula activities. 



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